Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Law & War: An International Humanitarian Law Workshop

Dates: Saturday, March 1—Sunday, March 2, 2014

Deadline: Registration ends by Monday, February 24, 2014

Location: American Red Cross, Seattle Office
1900 25th Ave South; Seattle, WA 98114
Content: This workshop features lectures and hands-on exercises that guide
participants through an intensive examination of International
Humanitarian Law (IHL) with a focus on its application to combatants
and civilians. Sessions will be led by law professors, military
professionals, and non-governmental organizations. Topics include:
- Protections for individuals under IHL
- Means and Methods of Warfare
- Enforcement IHL
- Non-state Actors
- Direct Participation in Hostilities
- Targeted Killings
Eligibility: The workshop is available to full– and part–time law students who are
attending a U.S. or Canadian law school as of the date of the program.
Students will be expected to attend all sessions of the entire program.
Students who complete the workshop will receive a Certificate of

Costs: Participants will be asked to pay a $20 non-refundable fee for the
workshop, the course materials, morning refreshments, lunches, and an
evening reception on Saturday, March 1st. Students will be responsible
for their own transportation and lodging.

Registration: Submit your registration by visiting
Registration is limited so please sign
up early to make sure you get a spot!
For additional information, please contact:
American Red Cross
Cody Austin, International Services Coordinator
Cody.austin@redcross.org or 206.726.3554